Building off the tremendous success of our sold-out 2018 Navigate Summit, we are thrilled to bring back our Womenterprise Summit on April 26, 2023.
Join us for a half-day of world-class speakers from iconic enterprise software companies. We will bring together 200+ female founders, operators, executives, investors and more from pre- and post-IPO companies, fast-growth startups, Fortune 500 companies, and more.
For the past decade, Work-Bench has been on a mission to connect and grow the women in enterprise software community in New York City and beyond. Given that only 25% of startups have a female (co)founder and a staggeringly lower 2% of enterprise startups have a female (co)founder, we got to work with ongoing #Womenterprise initiatives across our Annual Woman Founder's Report, Women Founders Database, and Events.
We couldn't be more excited to bring everyone together, as the only conference exclusively focused on women in enterprise software.
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Erica joined Confluent as President of Field Operations, to drive global scale, revenue growth, customer success, and partner ecosystem maturity across industries and geographies. Prior to Confluent, Erica was CRO at New Relic where she helped grow the company from $50M to > $500M in revenue, counting more than 50% of the Fortune 100 as customers. Erica started her career at Oracle, where over her 16+ year tenure, she pioneered the company's cloud business and scaled numerous go-to-market teams around the globe including in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Bangalore, India.
Previously, Claire served as Stripe's Chief Operating Officer, responsible for scaling the company's worldwide operations to meet the needs of its rapidly growing user base. During her tenure as COO, Stripe grew from less than 200 employees to 6,000+. Prior to Stripe, Claire served in a variety of leadership roles at Google. She managed the business and operational teams behind the launches of Gmail, Google Checkout, and Google Apps, as well as served as VP for Google's self-driving car project and the Google Offers product. Claire began her career at Google working on the advertising sales team, ultimately leading the Global Online Sales organization to deliver over ~$11B in ARR. She was also co-lead and executive sponsor of the Global Women@Google Network, building the organization to over 4,000 active members.
April started Spring Health as a comprehensive mental health benefit for employers and health plans. Unlike any other solution, Spring Health uses Precision Mental Healthcare to seamlessly pinpoint and deliver exactly the right fit for each person — whether that’s digital support, meditation exercises, coaching, therapy, medication, and beyond. In addition to building a brighter future for mental healthcare, April is passionate about amplifying diverse voices in the tech ecosystem and beyond, and vocal about her experiences building Spring Health as an Asian-American woman and a first-generation immigrant.
Amy Borsetti is a human behavior expert and thought leader in the future of work. Over the past 15+ years, Amy has partnered with hundreds of organizations to help them reimagine how to harness the power of their people and leverage technology to achieve more. At Asana, Amy is currently the Head of Revenue and GM of Americas. Amy was also recently appointed as the Executive Sponsor of Team Rainbow, Asana's ERG for the LGBTQIA+ community and allies. Amy is deeply passionate about creating a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace.
Prior to RudderStack, she was Head of Product for search and discovery and data residency at Shopify. While there, she worked directly with the founder to define company-wide “big bets” and lead initiatives under her team’s mandate. And before Shopify, Monica was a Product Leader at Google and Meta. She leads with empathy for users and her teams, and she’s obsessed with using technology to improve lives and organizations.
As the current GM of New York Times Cooking, Camilla brings nearly two decades of experience in product, strategy, M&A and marketing. Prior to this, Camilla was SVP of for Product at Justworks. In her eight years there, she helped scale the company from 10 people to over 1000 and led the product, product marketing, insights and design teams responsible for their multi-product portfolio. Camilla has also held product and product marketing leadership roles at Etsy and American Express.
At Work-Bench, Jessica focuses on investments in the enterprise application layer. She is an investor in companies such as Spring Health, Catalyst, RippleMatch, Leapfin, and more. She was previously a Forbes contributor, writing about emerging tech companies that are creating and enabling jobs for Americans. Prior to Work-Bench, Jessica was a Learning and Development Manager at Cisco Systems, where she worked with the Engineering organization on Agile transformation, innovation and culture. Jessica is actively involved with the education and workforce development community in New York City, as a longtime adult GED educator.
Prior to founding Mason Media, Nora hosted the Business Casual podcast from Morning Brew and recently covered tech, business, and entertainment news at Cheddar, anchoring daily from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Nora previously led teams of engineers and designers as a Senior Product Manager at Jet.com, which she joined prior to its launch and acquisition by Walmart for $3.3B. She started her career by advising institutional investors on equity investments and IPOs, as an Asian Equities Associate at Goldman Sachs. As a child of Bangladeshi immigrants, Nora is passionate about elevating historically excluded voices and telling the stories of those who feel like “outsiders".
Work-Bench is an enterprise venture capital firm based in NYC. We lead Seed rounds in enterprise software startups throughout the country and are laser focused on supporting early-stage startups on all things go-to-market and have built a dynamic enterprise tech community in NYC and beyond.
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